The ASUS O!Play MINI is a small HD media player that is big on supporting media formats. What it does not have however is any form of network connectivity. We check out how this basic HD media player performs.
NVIDIA has a new card for the new year and it is called the GeForce GTX 560 Ti. Packing 384 CUDA cores and various transistor-level improvements and tweaks, it replaces the older GeForce GTX 470 in NVIDIA's line-up. We check out the reference card along with two custom ones from ASUS and Palit to see just how good it is.
We check out ASUS' flagship GeForce GTS 450 card to see just how fast is it and if the custom-designed DirectCU cooler really works. If you're on the look out for a good mid-range gaming graphics card, this review should interest you.
In our continuing show floor coverage of CES 2011, we cover some really cool tablets, notebooks and other PC hardware from ASUS, as well as new Mitsubishi TVs and a quick peek at some extreme Shuttle XPC systems.
The Radeon HD 6850 is AMD's latest mainstream stalwart, and we take a look at no less than seven custom editions from some of the biggest names in market such as ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX.
More Sandy Bridge motherboards have arrived in our labs. This time, we take a sneak peek at two premium boards in this category from ASUS and Gigabyte.
Following up on the success of the RT-N16 model, ASUS has gone from strength to strength with the dual-band wireless-N RT-N56U which boasts of more efficient signal coverage and data throughput speeds. Is it worth its salts? Dig in to our 'dazzling' review now!
NVIDIA's entry-level GeForce GT 430 Fermi card has come to our labs in the form of ASUS' ENGT430. We put it to the test and at the same time answer the perennial question of can you really play games with entry-level graphics cards.
The gorgeous looking ASUS NX90Jq not only boasts a unique design, but this looker also packs solid system specs to boot. We let our senses find out if this 18-inch multimedia behemoth delivers the goods.
Named after the Greek god of warfare and bloodshed, the ASUS Ares packs twin Radeon HD 5870 GPUs running in full speed on a single graphics card for unparalleled graphics processing power.